Satechi Smart Travel Adapter with USB Port for charging iOS, Android, Windows, Blackberry, MP3 devices, and more in US, CA, MX, UK, EU, AU, NZ, HK, and China (Basic)
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- Works in over 150 countries in the US, CA, MX, UK, EU, AU, NZ, HK, and China
- Charge two devices simultaneously: via the AC power port and the 2.1A USB port
- Safe and stable charge: built-in child safety shutters, single plug safety feature, and 6A fuse protector
- Compatible with: iPhone/iPad/Samsung Galaxy series/Windows/Blackberry/Droid/LG and more
- Note: This charger adapter converts the power prongs only and does not convert electrical output current and voltage
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|Item Dimensions||—||1.57 x 1.93 x 2.95 in||2 x 3 x 1 in||4.5 x 8.2 x 2.3 in||7.87 x 4.33 x 0.79 in||2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||3.2 ounces||—||7.05 ounces||3.17 ounces||0.55 lb|
The Satechi Smart Travel Adapter with USB Port adapts to fit into four of the most common plug configurations used around the world and provides two options to charge your device: an AC power port and a USB port. This compact adapter is convenient for charging smartphones, laptops, music players, cameras, e-readers, handheld game consoles, tablets, and other devices all around the world.
With prongs to fit electrical outlets in over 150 countries in the US, CA, MX, UK, EU, AU, NZ, HK, and China, this is the only travel converter you will need to bring with you around the world. Slide the adapter button to extract a prong to match the country you’re visiting.
Charge two devices simultaneously
Use the AC power port and the USB port to charge two devices at once.
Compact and Portable
When the adapter button is centered, all prongs are retracted to easily transport the Smart Travel Adapter in a purse, laptop bag, briefcase, carry-on bag, or suitcase.
This charger adapter converts the power prongs only and does not convert electrical output current and voltage. Please make sure your device carries an electrical converter to match the electrical output of the country you will be visiting. This charger adapter is recommended for use with unearthed or double-insulated appliances only, as it contains no grounding.Technical Specifications:
AC power rating: 6A max. 100-240Vac (110Vac max. 660Watt, 230Vac max. 1380Watt)
USB port rating: 2.1A + 5Vdc (10.5W)
Built-in 6A fuse protection
USB type A charge port
Top customer reviews
My work frequently involves operating in the basement of hospitals all over the world. Usually, this means they either only have wired internet or the wireless signal is so low that it is unusable. No problem! Either I extend their existing wireless network or create my own. It is a great feeling to have all the contractors wondering how I am using my computer, smartphone, or just generally functioning and staying connected. Then I say, it my network. Then, I'm everyone's best friend. I know I have had up to 7 devices wireless connected to the device and no DHCP issues or other. Also, in a situation where outlet availability is at a premium, being able to power three of my devices with only one adapter is vital.
Provided wireless too slow? Usually the wired connection is faster and this router will keep up. You can have a faster WiFi network than those around you. It's really not necessary, but fun to brag.
The set-up and use is not exactly "plug and play". However, I prefer it this way. There is really only one step between you and your own network. But, by accessing the router itself and including that one step, Satechi has allowed you an amazing amount of options for your network. You can choose to broadcast, assign IPs, block devices, really almost anything your home router can do. I think it is highly simplified, but without loss of control or capability.
I’d say that the user interface needs to be updated/simplified for novice users. If you know what you’re doing, then you can tweak almost anything. I’m pretty comfortable with the concepts so I was fine. But someone who is used to working with Apple products might find the interface a challenge. Actually I suspect that many people buying this previously used Apple’s Airport Express (old form factor). This is a logical replacement for that product but doesn’t have the polish.
I hope in future update they really work on the UX for administering the device. It looks and feels very dated. I also hope they introduce a way to know if you’re running the most current firmware. You can see what version you are running (after digging a bit) but there’s no indication that there’s an update available. Also the method for updating the firmware is a bit clunky. You need to basically factory reset your device before uploading the new image. I think there’s a way to export your settings and then read them in again but it’s not obvious and this method doesn’t work if you’re using an iPad as the browser.
I can’t fault their support. I emailed them asking about firmware versions and got a quick reply (several actually) letting me know how to check the version and what the most recent version number was. Nice to know that there are actually people responding.
I had no issues using the USB port to charge my iPhone or iPad.
The physical aspects of the device could be tweaked in future iterations as well. I had no issues with the plugs in Japan or Australia. For those of you who have been to the UK, you know that most plugs have an on/off switch as part of the plug. This unit is big enough that I couldn’t plug it all the way into the wall because the unit hit the on/off switch. It still worked. Although not an extremely bulky device, I feel it could be slimmed down a bit.
Overall, however, I’m impressed with the product. And never having heard of the company before, I would have no hesitations about buying other products from them in the future.
The router has a USB charging space, but that's not what's amazing about this. No, what's awesome is that this router also doubles as a current adapter and can be used to provide clean current in almost every country in the world. Simply extrude the different plug configurations and insert into the outlet and you're good to go.
While the set up is relatively easy as tech items go, the fine folks at Satechi make it even easier. When the Smart Travel Router arrived at my home, it arrived coincident with an e-mail from Satechi. Included in the e-mail was a .pdf document of the user's manual and set-up guide for the router. It walks you through how to go from a boxed-up router to a plugged-in wifi network that's also charging your iPhone.
Now that's handy.
This is the second one of these I have owned. The first one I gave to my son when he went traveling in Spain as part of a school exchange program. Almost immediately, he lost the Satechi Smart Travel Router. I was devastated. He shrugged. He's young. I'm experienced and I know the importance of having a reliable tool to create a wifi network no matter the country in which you're residing at the time.
The Satechi Smart Travel Router is that tool.
This is well worth your money.
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